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The Way We Think: Culture, Values, and a Righteous Mind

“Attitudes become Behaviors by Choice” While it may seem reasonable to attribute our (or other’s) behaviors to our (or their) attitudes and to assume that these attitudes are simply conscious expressions of subconscious values, a harder question is, “Where do … Continue reading

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The Positive Sum (+Σ) Game [FP]

You’ve probably already guessed what the 3rd member of the category is but you also probably don’t believe it could possibly exist.  After all, life is basically unfair, right?  True, possibly when talking of random acts of nature, but here … Continue reading

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The Zero Sum (0 Σ) Game [FP]

The Zero Sum Game (0 Σ).  This is perhaps the easiest “game” to recognize because it is so universal in our experience.  We’ll identify it as Fundamental Principle 4a: An interaction between two or more people where the value of the … Continue reading

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